Zimbabwe’s Dubious Election

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Mugabe Has Left, but His Legacy Haunts Zimbabwe’s Election

HARARE, Zimbabwe — When Robert G. Mugabe stepped down as Zimbabwe’s president last fall, jubilant citizens poured...

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The news that President Robert Mugabe has resigned in Zimbabwe is a pivotal moment in the southern African...

Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President, Ending 37-Year Rule

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‘The Zimbabwe of My Youth Is No More’

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Trade on the Streets, and Off the Books, Keeps Zimbabwe Afloat

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